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for campaigns in the british army. it's a waterloo medal, and it's one of those medals that every collector dreams of. so, tell me how you got it. it was actually me great-great-great- great-grandfather's. how many "greats" is that? four. crikey! that's amazing. it was passed down me family, but then, when the relatives died in december of last year so the wife and the son put it up for auction. i came across it because me dad was reading the local newspaper, and he saw the article about it. then we went over to the auction and thankfully he bought it. kept it in the family. your sharp-eyed dad saw that it was the same name on there and thought, "oh i wonder if that's ours." and he went and bought it. that's an amazing piece of luck, isn't it? so, tell me about your ancestor. who was he and what did he do? he was called william mcnall. he was born in 1795 in york. at the age of 15 he joined the army in leeds. and so by the age of 20 that's when he went to the battle of waterloo. he was with the 2nd battalion, in the 59th regiment of foot. and he was a drummer wa
through a kwik stop in waterloo, iowa. lets take a look at the video again--- police say the suspects were after a video poker machine. authorities tracked down three suspects after one of them left a cell phone inside the truck. >> incredible video of a rescue -- that luckily had a happy ending! a woman waiting on the platform in the madrid metro in spain-- fainted and fell onto the tracks. as a train approached. an off-duty police officer sprang into action. he jumped onto the tracks and dragged her to safety. passengers on the platform tried desparately to warn the drive. the train was able to stop in time the woman made a full recovery! >> this dog in chicago learned just how dangerous winter weather can be. the pooch was stuck on the ice on jackson harbor on the city's south side rescue crews were called in to help. they managed to sedate the dog and move him to dry land. >> jacqueline: the rainfall will return. it is already approaching the coast. timing it out on futurecast, coming up. for over 60,000 california foster children, nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i m
as their waterloo right now, not so much the debt ceiling. >> and the continuing resolution is the way we continually fund government through the budget process. and we have had government shutdowns over that kind of thing before, which is just this re-authorization thing that tends to take a few days and then they do it. so we've soeen it before. >> and i agree with steve on that, he has the audacity to disagree with me somewhat. i actually think the republicans looked at the fiscal cliff, they passed the senate bill, said it is up to you. they basically blinked and said we don't want to go over the cliff. so they know they don't really have it will them to want to default on the debt ceiling. the landscape is different from 2011, yes, they're still nutty and responding to that calculus. i don't think they're quite as credible in terms of actually causing a default. and take what? social security and medicare benefit cuts, that is tremendously unpopular, it would be a disaster. but also a catastrophe for the republican party. >> and this comes at a moment where they're being criticized f
during rush hour. the location about ten blocks away also from the very waterloo weigh station. officials say the pilot was 9 only one on board and began his flight in suri in southwest london when he wanted to divert to heath row because of the hive fog. >>> the guards are running outside. they say a plane had flown into the crane there. so we tried to see if anyone was hurt. >> 13 people injured. again one is also critically injured as well. there is nobody inside the crane operating it from what we hear. we're hearing the person that would normally be in there was running late for work. officials say also the focus will remain on that crane to make sure that parts of it doesn't fall into the street. the accident does not apeer to -- appear to be terrorism related. >>> back here in the bay area work begins on a major makeover for san francisco great highway. we want to take you out there live this morning thanks to our photographer the big road repaving project will create a smoother road for the entire highway next to the pacific ocean. the road work also improve pedestrian access to o
storm warnings in iowa and waterloo. winter storm warnings. a big mess here. it's a storm that was across the southwest yesterday. it's moved in towards the plains. we have rain. but you see this pink here, that's bad news. this is a lot of freezing rain and sleet. we have very warm air above the surface and the cold air we have been dealing with on the ground is falling as rain and hits the frozen ground and freezes right away. a lot of roads are impassable. you cannot drive on ice. it doesn't matter if have you a four-wheel drive or whatever, you can't do it. very dangerous can conditions. we will continue to see this pull up to the north and east. by this evening, 6:00, the icing is turning to rain. detroit, overnight, seeing the ice turning to rain. by the morning, we can see this move into central pennsylvania and snow move into new york city and toward new england and we will be done with it. behind it, temps are going to warm up. 59 for a high on tuesday in chicago. 46 here in new york. that's good news. there will be a threat for severe weather tuesday and wednesda
south of the thames river near the british spy agency and 10 pwhraobgs from the waterloo -- blocks from the waterloo train station. the horrific scene unfolding at the height of the morning commute when thousands of people were trying to get to work. >> we just heard an explosion. it sounded like a fighter plane flying over. we thought it was a terrorist attack and we kept straight out on to the main road. there was huge piles of smoke over the back there. somebody shouting that a plane [inaudible] >>gretchen: at least nine people hurt, one of them critically. another member of president obama's cabinet calling it quit. in a few hours ken salazar is expected to announce he'll step down as interior secretary. salazar came under fire for pushing oil regulations for oil development. he said he'll leave by the end of march. >>> overnight two of japan's biggest airlines grounded their dream liners for safety checks. this after another one was forced to land because of a burning smell in the cockpit. the latest blow for the new jet following a battery fire and two fuel leaks last week. fortun
they don't want to make a deal? maybe this is the waterloo for the economy, and that is the best way to get to the big three? >> well, which republicans? i don't think that's the view frankly of the republican leadership, even the leadership of the house. i don't think john boehner wants to send the economy down the tubes and have republicans and him as speaker blamed for it. i don't think he wants that outcome. but a lot of his caucus wouldn't mind that outcome. so that's the problem. can he bring them along, can he convince them that they're not in control of the situation, and that some accommodation should be made, or not. and if not, does he then turn to nancy pelosi essentially. >> sure. >> and the republicans who are willing to vote to raise it and proceed in that manner. >> howard, a lot of talk about leverage. what better leverage can president obama have than the kind of election he had? and also the will of the people. i mean, going on the road, that his best thing to do in all of this? >> well, i think that can augment what is already a pretty strong political position. i mean,
we had tortsen hines on coming to us from waterloo in canada, talking about blackberry 10 and i was saying, waterloo, blackberry 10. these guys that follow if you say something about blackberry, they went crazy like there's some crackberry or something or other, that's a bad sign. i will let you know, everybody is saying it now, is it a kodak moment? make it or break it? what's your view? >> neither yet. this is a piece they need to put into place. they need strong hardware. they have a fan base that will jump on you if you say bad things about the blackberry. that's a good sign. let's talk about what they need to get done today and what we expect. two phones, one we suspects might be called the z-10, touchscreen phone. rimm hasn't been a strong player there before and might unveil an x10, keyboard version, that you've come to expect to see from rimm. also the software, platform underlying it. blackberry hub and blackberry flow. you can get multiple tasks done very quickly. the software flows very nicely, i've seen it. it is impressive. take a look at rimm's rivals, apple, googl
from the very busy waterloo rail station. he was the only one on board. he reportedly wanted to divert to heathrow. he didn't make it, crashing into the crane and onto the street below. the other person killed was in close proximity to the website. the helicopter also fell on some of cars. >> the helicopter came down on the side of the building. london ambulance and police were all quickly in attendance within minutes. all fires are now extinguished. >> one of the 13 injured is in critical condition. officials say there was nobody inside the crane operating it, as the normal crane operator was actually running late for work. officials say the focus will remain on the crane to make sure parts of it don't fall into the street. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police in san leandro searching for two men who robbed a home depot store. witnesses say they were masked gunmen who robbed the store on davis street around 7:00 last night. there were several people inside the store last night. one employee fainted. he was later treated at a hospital. >>> a five-hour police standoff ended pea
be in the camp saying that was your waterloo, and maybe that's what people wanted, not just the democrats, but people like speaker boehner. >> well, actually, we supported speaker boehner's efforts to save as much of the bush tax cuts as we can. we were in the upside down position. if nothing happened and had not passed legislation, there was a $500 billion tax increase on the american people. the fight was to see how much of the tax cuts we could get made permanent, and i was pleased, got 85% of the bush tax cuts made permanent for 99% of the american people. while, of course, what we wanted with the republicans in the house and the senate volted for it in the past was to make those tax cuts permanent for everybody. that was the goal. charles: right -- >> with president obama there, we couldn't do it. charles: grover, it doesn't feel the republicans are to your pledge. plan b fell, listen to what boehner had to say because this seems to have set the tone for future negotiations. >> i don't think -- they were not taking that out on me. they were dealing with the perception that somebody m
storms from dubuque to waterloo, and on top of sleet. and snow, also, the winter weather advisories and be very, very careful. a rough day today and tomorrow, temps warm up and melt the participation, but we've got to get through today first. a forecast around the northeast, a nice day, i mean, nice compared to where we've been, back above freezing in new york, above freezing in d.c., for high temperatures, that is, sunshine and feel better. down to the southeast, really a nice day and we'll see warm temperatures across texas, new orleans, 73. miami, 78. atlanta 54 with a lot of sunshine as well. and in the plains, this is where the storm will be, towards the northeast and rough going one. across the west, continuing to see very unsettled weather and more rain across parts of arizona and not as heavy as yesterday and we'll continue to see a lot of mountain snow across the inner mountain west and the rockies. >> guys, back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. >> and today's college grads are going years without finding a job, what do you do? our next guest says work for free. the inter
high school here, you never truly move away. waterloo is ready to wrap its arms around sara, class of '95. she became sara decker moving around the world, three boys, two girls, they had just moved back to a house in millstat after david got a civilian department of defense job at scott air force base. >> i just met the kids at dairy queen like a month ago, two months ago after a chorus concert. just, i don't know, just very devastating. >> reporter: the family was camping along the ozark trail in reynolds county over the weekend. the sheriff says 36-year-old david and sons dominick, 10, and grant, 8, went for a hike near the lodge saturday morning. a searcher found them lifeless nearly 24 hours later. the sheriff says the weather turned on them, heavy rain and a sudden temperature drop of about 40 degrees. they just weren't prepared. >> i'm sure yesterday was around 60 degrees when they set out. they were seen around 2:00 at suttons bluff, but by that time, the heavy rains had set in, they were all avid hikers. just we think because of the storm moving in as quick as it did and th
officials specifically in waterloo are asking people to stay off the roads unless it's an emergency. >> jim hoke says this is almost as challenging as superstorm sandy but sandy took longer to develop. >> we saw it seven days ago but it didn't become an intense system until the last day or so. >> and this system is bringing wet weather as well. flood warnings are being given from michigan to louisiana. and thunderstorms are supposed to pass through washington, d.c., at any time, wolf, and bring the temperatures down extremely in this area back to january-type levels. for now we can take another reading on this laser thermometer. here's what it says. low 60s. at least we can enjoy a little bit of warm weather. severe everywhere else. >> certainly is. in the south, brian, not all of the damage was caused by the tornadoes, right? >> no. some of the experts say it was caused by straight line systems, just kind of straight bands, very strong winds that have knocked down a lot of those buildings and homes there. still strong cells of tornadoes still whipping through that area. it's very dangerous
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-frank. republicans were very good at saying there were going to make obamacare obama's waterloo and stop these things in their tracks, and when they did not, they did not have something else to say, but one person did have something else to say was paul ryan, and he was rewarded for it with all levels of media attention, massive popularity within the republican party, and the vice presidential slot on the national ticket. when i look at other rising stars in congress and around the country and i see them talking about the idea of new ideas without talking about the ideas themselves, i say, it isn't the lesson of ryan that if you talk about the specific ideas, there's more to be gained than lost? this is my personal biggest disappointment with the republican party of the last few years. where are the policy entrepreneurs in the party itself? i think conservatism had a serious policy problem, a serious intellectual problem four or five years ago. it was the end of the bush presidency. everybody was exhausted. people had tried things that worked, that had not worked. there was not a lot of fresh policy.
were very good at saying we're going to make obama care his waterloo. we will stop these things in there is tracked and they did not have something else to say. one person that did have something else to say was paul riot and he was rewarded with media attention, massive popularity, and the vices presidential slot on the national ticket. when you look at other republican politicians and rising stars around the country, i see them talking about the idea of new ideas without talking about the ideas themselves, is of the lesson that if you actually talk about specific ideas, there is more to be gained than be lost? my personal biggest disappointment the last few years, where are the policy entrepreneur is in the party itself? conservatism has a policy problem, and intellectual problem for five years ago. everybody was exhausted at the end of the bush presidency. there were not a lot of fresh policies. but five years on, if you pick up the weekly standard of the national review and you subscribe to national affairs that i applaud every chance i get, you can find the building blocks
an alternative. republicans were very good thint think we're going to make obamacare obama's waterloo. we're going to stop these in their tracks but then when republicans didn't stop those things in their tracks they didn't have anything else to say. but one person i did have something else to say was paul ryan, and he was rewarded with it. poodles of media attention, massive popularity among the republican hard. the vice presidential slot on the national ticket. and so what i look at other republican politicians, other rising stars in congress and around the country, and they see them sort of talking about the idea of new ideas without talking about the ideas themselves. i say isn't the lesson of rhinebeck if you talk about the specific ideas there's more to beginning and to be lost? this is i think my personal biggest disappointment with the republican party the last few years is what are the policy entrepreneurs in the party itself? i think conservatism had a series of sort of policy problem, a serious intellectual problem for five years ago. it was the end of the bush presidency. ever
to waterloo, >>> and a completely different story here in the bay area. no clouds, nothing but sunshine and a pretty nice forecast here hour by hour as we get to lunchtime. already in the low 6 at noon in the north bay. bay area wide we should see mainly low to mid-60s for inland valleys today, then a little bit warmer tomorrow. we'll see those numbers mainly in the 60s, close to 70 in santa cruz. for the weekend a little bit cooler with partly cloudy skies moving in. >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, tha >>>nk and that's your latest weather. social media update with randy zuckerberg. featuring 5 delicious new entrees to choose from. go creamy and dig into rich new penne di mare with shrimp. or maybe go crunchy with new parmesan potato crusted chicken. served with unlimited fresh salad and warm breadsticks. finish with a decadent dessert. 3 courses, just $12.95! go tonight! go olive garden! and try our unlimited homemade soup, crisp salad, and warm breadsticks lunch. just $6.95! waiting for your wrinkle cream to work? neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol for
cadillac all the way back to waterloo, iowa. that's what's going on around the country. >> good morning, we are in that risk zone. all these areas in yellow west virginia, virginia, maryland, the district could get some damaging winds from this squall line that is rapidly moving east. actually picking up speed here over the last couple of hours and arriving a little earlier than it seemed this morning. maybe between 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. and that squall line sweeping through. maybe damaging winds and a few isolated tornados and brief, very heavy downpours and rain ending after midnight. cold into >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks a lot. >>> social media etiquette with randy zuckerberg, when we come back. olive garden's three course italian dinner. it's back for just $12.95. featuring 5 delicious new entrees to choose from. go creamy and dig into rich new penne di mare with shrimp. or maybe go crunchy with new parmesan potato crusted chicken. served with unlimited fresh salad and warm breadsticks. finish with a decadent dessert. 3 courses, just $12.95! go tonight! go olive garden
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